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READER Û DOC Siddhartha Eine indische Dichtung ↠ 9781511491778 ç HERMANN HESSE ç ❴PDF / Epub❵ ☂ Siddhartha Eine indische Dichtung Author Hermann Hesse – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk La novela ambientada en la India tradicional relata la vida de Siddharta unEl autor ofrece todas las opciones espirituales del hombre Herman Hesse buceo en el alma de Oriente a fin de aportar sus aspectos positivos a nuestra sociedad Siddharta Siddhartha Eine ePUB #9734 es la obra mas rep If I could turn back timeor perhaps pass through some portal which brings me face to face with my 14 year old self there are so many books I would recommend to little me grabbing my shoulders to shake my malnourished frame and insisting that I get to reading them as soon as effin possible instead of waiting until I'm too old and cynical and hyper critical to appreciate and relate to what they have to say If this ever iswas the case this time warp today I would probably see a lot novels as earth shattering and brain splattering magic rather than well pretty good stuff that I interrupted much better reading over the last two days to absorb for no good reason save for the mild satisfaction of completing a taskThe main wrong idea I had about this novel which had uite a bit to do with it taking so long for me to get around to reading it is that it's specifically about the Buddha I don't have to explain the reason for that misconception right Cool moving on I thought maybe it was like a biography or some sort of weird Hessian alt history or wellhonestly I didn't think about it very far beyond that and even those assumptions were fuzzily formed and essentially microscopic Fortunately Hesse takes his novel in a much engaging direction by focusing in on a formerly devout and self restricting member of the Samana movement who falls in love with a real Playboy Bunny™ of a gal a lusty little obsession which uickly moves him away from his faith and into her privates Drugs drink gambling greed and fornication ensue for years And years And years And yearsSome of you may be familiar with the place he eventually finds himself remorse self hatred what if's what if not's physical illness years of wasted time obsessive reflection ie largely pointless yet still horrifyingly circular cap D Dwelling nothing to show for your indulgences spiritually crushing and tooth grinding depression et mofuggin' cetera Was there still any kind of filth he had not soiled himself with a sin or foolish act he had not committed a dreariness of the soul he had not brought upon himself Was it still at all possible to be aliveA dark place no doubt Unfortunately this is the point where the book I was at first mildly bored with and then fully engaged in suddenly became just really fucking irritating Hesse takes the word slash concept Om and uses it as the ultimate and probably shortest named deus ex machina of all time in my personal brain library's dusty archives After spending unnumbered decades living like Robery Downey Sheen our protagonist sits by a river for I dunno a couple of minutes reciting Om before it just miraculously all comes back to him and he's all enlightened and at peace again and shit this is not even remotely the end of the novel so please don't spoiler mark me out of spite So wait what Not for nothin' but if I have even a mildly snaggle toothed hangover I practically reuire endless supplies of coffee and 800mg ibuprofen an animal andor person to cuddle with liuid b12 drops at least an entire season of some television drama to fall into and various plush surfaces to flail about on as I frantically loop Stuart Smalley uotes in my head just to keep the demons at bay Sure I am not enlightened and I know I sound like a total wimp right now especially compared to one so self disciplined as a monk type but I'd say his story of basically spe

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Resentativa de este proceso y ha ejercido una gran influencia en la cultura occidental del siglo XX La verdadera profesion del hombre es encontrar el camino hacia si mismo Herman Hesse Premio Nobel de Literatura en Has it ever happened to you that you are standing facing a magnificent breathtaking view in solitude and a strong wind hits you in the face You try to stay still with eyes closed and then an involuntary smile comes across your face This book was like that

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Siddhartha Eine indische DichtungLa novela ambientada en la India tradicional relata la vida de Siddharta un hombre para uien el camino de la verdad pasa por la renuncia y la comprension de la unidad ue subyace en todo lo existente En sus paginas So there’s a damn dirty hippie in India named Siddhartha who is supposed to be seeking spiritual enlightenment but instead of going to a good Christian church like a normal person he wanders around the woods for a while with some other damn dirty hippies After he meets Buddha he finally gets tired of being broke ass and homeless and he goes into town where he makes a pile of money This is good because everyone knows that engaging in capitalism is the only proper way to go through life As a bonus he also meets a beautiful woman Then just when he’s having a good ole time; doing business drinking gambling and making time with the woman the dang fool’s hippie ideas pop up again and he walks away from all of it Remember that Chris Farley routine on Saturday Night Live where he’d scream that someone would end up living in a van down by the river Well this hippie ends up living in a hut down by the river And that’s even worse because at least you could play the radio in a van Finally Siddartha thinks that the river is god Or something stupid like that It just didn’t make any sense Give me one of them Lee Child novels any day over this hippie dippie crap That Jack Reacher is a man’s manJust kiddingActually this is an elegant allegory about a guy going through different phases as he pursues a lifelong uest to rid himself of his ego so that he can know true peace and enlightenment It’s filled with incredible writing and it’s short and smart enough to hold the attention of even a doofus like me I’d put this in the category of books that everyone should read at least once